The Church And Rob Dickinson Together This Summer

The prolific group The Church is embarking on a no-frills acoustic summer tour. No amps, no effects, just an unplugged set of new and older tunes. Steve Kilbey, Marty Wilson-Piper, Tim Powles and Peter Koppes will regularly swap instruments during the performances, giving their audiences a unique forum to experience songs such as their radio hit "Under The Milky Way." This tour is to continue promoting their critically acclaimed new album, Uninvited Like The Clouds, which was released on Cooking Vinyl.

Joining them on the road will be Rob Dickinson of the Catherine Wheel. He is still supporting his magnificent solo debut, Fresh Wine For The Horses. I have made it pretty clear that his live shows are fantastic. If you somehow missed my slightly obsessive reviews, click here and here.

The Church With Rob Dickinson
07.18.06 - Santa Barbara, CA (Soho Music Club)
07.19.06 - Hollywood, CA (Henry Fonda Theater)
07.20.06 - Solana Beach, CA (Belly Up Tavern)
07.21.06 - Anaheim, CA (The Grove Of Anaheim)
07.22.06 - Tempe, AZ (Marquee Theater)
07.23.06 - Tucson, AZ (Rialto Theatre)
07.26.06 - Houston, TX (The Meridian)
07.27.06 - Austin, TX (La Zona Rosa)
07.28.06 - Dallas, TX (Granada Theater)
07.29.06 - New Orleans, LA (House Of Blues)
08.01.06 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Revolution)
08.02.06 - Orlando, FL (House Of Blues)
08.03.06 - St. Petersburg, FL (The State Theater)
08.04.06 - Jacksonville, FL (Jack Rabbits)
08.05.06 - N. Myrtle Beach, SC (House Of Blues)
08.06.06 - Atlanta, GA (The Variety Playhouse)
08.08.06 - Norfolk, VA (The NorVa Theatre)
08.09.06 - Falls Church, VA (The State Theater)
08.10.06 - New York, NY (Irving Plaza)
08.11.06 - Sellersville, PA (Sellersville Theatre)
08.13.06 - Ferndale, MI (Magic Bag)
08.15.06 - Indianapolis, IN (The Music Mill)
08.16.06 - Cincinnati, OH (20th Century Theater)
08.17.06 - Cleveland, OH (Beachland Ballroom)
08.18.06 - Chicago, IL (Park West)
08.19.06 - Milwaukee, WI (Shank Hall)
08.20.06 - San Francisco, CA (Great American Music Hall)

The Church And Rob Dickinson Together This Summer